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The Success of Success Academy Flatbush

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All of the third graders in Success Academy Flatbush (SA Flatbush), which opened in 2016, passed the state tests in both […]

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Don’t Mess With Success: The City Begrudges a Highly Successful Charter School Network the Space it Needs to Thrive
New York Daily News / By Daily News Editorials
Originally published: 11.27.2017

Success Academy, the city’s — no, the nation’s — top-performing public charter school network by every objective measure, is growing year after year, giving ever more children the opportunity to get an exemplary education. All they need is ample, decently located classroom space. Last week, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña delivered what she claimed was an answer to those needs. It turned out to be too few classrooms in all the wrong places.

Sacrificing Schoolchildren for a Political Vendetta
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 11.21.2017

On Monday, Fariña offered a pathetic response to requests for middle-school space from the Success Academy Network.Success wanted space for four middle schools (two in Brooklyn, one in The Bronx and one in Queens) plus reallocation of space at two existing middle schools. Fariña only provided two schools — slapping families in Rosedale, West Harlem, Cobble Hill and Williamsburg. It’s simply obscene that a chancellor and mayor who claim to care about children are instead doing their best to crush kids’ dreams.

It’s Time for NYC School Bosses to Keep Promises to Charter-School Kids
New York Post / By Jonathan Dant
Originally published: 11.16.2017

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña last Thursday made public charter-school families a promise. At a town hall meeting in Brooklyn, she told parents of rising middle-schoolers sitting in the audience that “we have full expectation to, within the next week or two before Thanksgiving, giving you a placement, and we will be announcing it soon.” Her words were certainly a step in the right direction. Unfortunately, as public-charter families have learned, talk is cheap when it’s coming from the de Blasio administration.

Philanthropist Gifts $1M to Success Academy Charter Schools for New Chess Programs
New York Daily News / By Ben Chapman
Originally published: 11.14.2017

Starting in 2018, the annual Dan Feinberg Success in Chess Awards will recognize three Success Academy students who demonstrate significant achievement in the game. The winners will be selected by school officials for showing significant progress in chess and reaching ambitious ratings benchmarks.

From Buying Books to Managing the Lunchroom: Meet the Behind-the-Scenes Teams That Keep Success Charters Running
Chalkbeat / By Monica Disare
Originally published: 10.30.2017

The “operations” teams at Success Academy embedded in each of the network’s 46 schools handle a mix of logistical matters — from ordering supplies to managing the lunchroom — and family support. The mission of these behind-the-scenes teams is to attend to the myriad issues that arise inside a school on any given day — clogged toilets, upset parents, sick students — so that the educators and students can concentrate on teaching and learning.

Charter School Advocates Rally for Expansion
New York Post / By Selim Algar
Originally published: 10.18.2017

Hundreds of charter school parents, kids, and backers rallied in Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza Wednesday to call for a large scale expansion of the sector.

Children Caught in the Crossfire of De Blasio’s Vendetta
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 10.12.2017

Is Mayor de Blasio really willing to sacrifice the future of 842 sixth-grade kids to further his vendetta against charter schools? That’s how many Success Academy and Bronx Charter School for the Arts students will be forced back into the regular public schools if the city Department of Education continues to stall on OK’ing the charters’ request for space to open new middle schools.

Fresh Proof of Charter-School Miracles
New York Post / By Post Editorial Board
Originally published: 10.4.2017

Yet another study is out showing New York City charters outperforming the regular public schools — even as Mayor de Blasio keeps on working to stifle charters’ growth.

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